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Lancer '84 









ONE BRIEF SHINING MOMENT 



SURRY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

DOBSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

1 983- 1 984 

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DEDICATION 



DR. SHERRY MADISON 





The 1983-84 LANCER is dedicated 10 Dr. Sherry 
Madison for her service and loyally to Surry Com- 
munity College, 

Sherry, at the present time, serves as counselor in 
the college parallel program, advisor to the Student 
Government Association, Student Activities Advi- 
sor, and friend to many students here at the college. 
She is the co-ordinator for all student functions and 
as such is responsible for planning dances, concerts, 
and special events. 

Sherry earned her doctorate in education at N.C. 
Slate University. She is the wife of Charles, an in- 
structor in the Surry Community College Correc- 
tional Division, and mother to iheir thirteen-year old 

son Wesley. 

Sherry has spent many hours working diligently 
with our staff on the publication of the LANCER. 
For her encouragement and optimistic spirit, we 
dedicate this issue of the LANCER to her. 



PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE 




DR. SWANSON RICHARDS 



A graduate of Appalachian Sialc University, and Florida State University. Dr.Swanson Richards has been 
president of Surry Community College for eleven years. He served in numerous positions in the Surry 
County School System before coming to the college. 

Dr. Richards sets a good example for us students through his leadership roies in several organizations within 
our county and state. His outgoing personality and service to our college distinguish him as an excellent 
president. 




STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 



The purpose of Surry Community College is to enable citizens of our area to increase their skills and knowledge. "To 
each His Farthest Star" is an appropriate motto, Surry Community College will fulfill its purpose by: 

— Providing, through open door admissions and within the statutory and fiscal limits, programs and instructions which 
will give each student the opportunity to start where he is and progress toward his occupational and educational 
objectives. 

— Ensuring that when each student has successfully completed a program, thai he will have the skill and knowledge to 
meet the demands of the job for which he has prepared or to transfer and succeed at another institution. 

— Providing social, cultural, and recreational activities to assist students in developing their leadership and social skills, 
their appreciation of aesthetic values, and a more productive use of their leisure time, 

— Developing effective ways of evaluating college programs, to make adjustments as needed, and to make appropriate 
reports to the public. 

— Encouraging and stimulating the lunate desire for learning. 

— Making Surry Community College a stimulating and rewarding place to work and study. 



WE ARE INDIVIDUAL STARS, 




ALONE JUST A LIGHT . . 





TOGETHER 



A SPARKLING SKY, 








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HISTORY OF UNC-D 




The University of North Carolina — Dobson was rounded in 1 .7 16 by Jed Ciampclt as he was passing through 
Surry County on his. way to California- The school was started "rn a one-room shuck and was originally called 
Surry Community College- 1 1 offered only three basic classes: rcadin.' rilin,' and 'riihmciie.The population of 
Surry County rose astronomically after the technological breakthrough of the invention of the plow. In- 
creased food production resulted in a baby boom, which later inspired the college to begin offering specially 
courses in quilling, wood cutting, and fundamental mule grooming. These classes were soon full, and ihcrc 
wasa wailing list toget into the college. The trustccsof the college recognized a growing need for education in 
Surry County and from this point on, the college expanded quickly, 

Over the years UNC-D has developed into one of the finest institutions for higher learning in the continental 
United Slates, com parable only to Harvard and Yale in its high academic standards and educational 
excellence. 

Today UNC-D still centers around the point where that one-room sehoolhouse called Surry Community 
College was once located. Currently, there arc seventy-five buildings on the UNC-D campus, with twenty of 
those buildings housing students from all over the world who have chosen to continue their education here. 
We students of the LANCER staff are proud of the history of our fair school. 



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One or the many rustic walkways crisscrossing the scenic UNC-D 
campus. 



Someone finally found a solution to I he parking problem. 








The James Reeves Astrodome. 



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Hey. Ladies! 

For a good time call 386-8525. 




Mr. Boylcs sings la his planls daily, 




Sec you tomorrow and pull for 
the pack, 




Ultra Briic got Paul noticed. 




Minnie Hylcr's alluring smile got her selected for 
the December issue of PLAYBOY. In this picture 
she is standing in front of a shelf full of copies. 




I'm going to get sick again. 



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Mr, Hutchcnsand Dr. Wile* both came home with blue ribbons from the International Tic Contest. Mr. Hutchcns sports a tic made from a patrof pa- 
jamas while Wild Man Wit« (lashes us with a tic consisting of a clever array of atoms. 





UNCD. Can I help yo«? 



Ladies 1 ACC mudwresUing team. 




Maybe wc could sell the suckers and give the yearbooks away. 



'Revenge is mine,'"' iuttlh Tim. 





LNC-D cheerleaders show their school spirit 



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EVERYONE 
NEEDS 

A 
STAR 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

The purposes of ihc Student Government Association of Surry Community College arc 
To promote a mutual respect between the administration and the student body. 
To encourage an interest in school activities and concerns of the student body. 
To provide a forum for public discussion of student problems and activities. 
To establish and encourage leadership and involvement in student activities. 




Club Members; First row (left to righi): Sarah Midkiff, Dana Roscndahl. Gwyn Gentry, Sharon Gray, Tami 
Whiutkcr, JcffCockcrham, Second row: Sonia Sexton, Choxkcn Bullin, Kara McDcviu, Faye Brewster, Gayc 
BrcteStcr, Jason Hodges. Third row: Ron Cimincro, Tina Riddle, Laurie Walls, Rhonda Snow, Ricky Eaton. 
Fourth row: Dean Culler. Ten-en Sloop, Kim Chappcll. Cindy Southern. Greg Felts. 




Officers: Dean Culler. Sonia Sexion. Sarah Midkiff, Sharon Gray, Gwyn Gentry, Charlcen Bullin. 



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JOURNALISM 




Names. Sealed (Left to Right); Cindy Southern; Donna Scott, Typist; Kim Chappcll, Photographer; Deborah Thompson. Editor; Robbin Burchcue, 
Editor; Mrs. Aldridgc, Advisor; Carol Vernon; Rcashea Hodges; Cheryl Lowe, Typist; Karrie Griffith. Standing (Led to Right): Robert Rogers; 
Greg Fells; Ricky Johnson. Not pictured: Jeff Draughn, Photographer; Kevin Carter, Photographer; Barry Tyson. 




Lancer Purpose: 

The students in Practical Journalism learn the fun- 
damental techniques involved in laying out a year- 
book and a newspaper. Working on the LANCER 
and SQUIRE'S VOICE gives students practical ex- 
perience in journalistic writing, editing, and compil- 
ing final lay-out forms. 



Hey, Guys? How about a break? 



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LAMBDA EPSILON OMEGA 




Officers; Barry Tyson, Richie Simmons, Judy Nichols. Sieve Hiatt. Rill Manncring. Darrcll Hutchens. 



The primary objectives of the society are lo encourage the professionalism of personnel of Criminal 
Justice agencies, to attract high quality prc-scrvice students into the field of Criminal Justice, to 
stimulate academic achievement among Criminal Justice students, and to promote public understand- 
ing of the problems and objectives of Criminal Justice agencies. 




Club Members: First row (left to right); Glcnda Minion, Robin Nelson, Ga bridle Babcock, Lisa Denny, Judy Nichols, 
Susan Heath. Sandra Llewellyn. Sceond row; J.T. Hcnsqn, Sieve Mian, Date Holder. Charles Fletcher, Chuck 
Wagoner. Bill Manncring. Kelly HiaU, Richie Simmons. Third row: Barry Tyson. Keith Price. Darrcll Hutchens. 
Randy Sales. Mike King. 



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CIRCLE K 



Circle K International is the 
largest collegiate organization 
in North America. Circle K is a 
means for forming friendships 
and working in a common cause 
with other students and simply 
having fun. Circle K'crs want to 
make this world a belter place* 
not only for themselves, but far 
everyone else. 

The foundation of Circle K is 
caring about people. Circle K 
also develops persona! leader- 
ship skills and the growth of 
personal initiative in analyzing 
the needs of our environment 
and attempting to find solutions 
for them. 

Our motto is "We build." 



Officers: Cindy 

Southern. Gwyn 
Gentry, Kim 

Vaughn. Kim Chap- 
pell, Tii jiii Whitakcr, 





Club Members: First row (left to righi): Paula Stanley. Shicla Billings, Tami Whilakcr, Gwyn Gentry, Cindy Southern. Second row: Karen 
Simpson. Cindy Mcllonc, Kara McDcvitt, Edtc Hale. Kim Vaughn, Third row, Rhonda Snow. Ricky Johnson, Lisa Hail, Carol Tilley. 
Charles Fletcher. Greg Felts. Kim Chappcll. 



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SPANISH CLUB 




Firs! row: JoAnn Toridlo. Angela Semoncs, Lon Barnes, Anna Key, Robin Matthews, Betty Suuer. 

Second row: Juan Acevedo. Diane McCornuck. Winnie Merrill. Lori Norman. April Long. Rcashca Hodges. Peggy Berry, Tim Wilcox. 

Wendy Green. Kudrcn Davis. 



EI Club de esparto! de Surry Communily College reiirte a losalumnos que tienen un in teres untco jEl 
ESPANOL! El club les ofrccc a estos alumnos la oportunidad de lener experiencias relaeionadas a la 
lengua y a la cullura que no se puede oblener en clase. Tambien, los alumnos asislen a dramas, hacen 
una fiesta a la Navidad, y ayudan cada prtmavcra con la presentation del Foreign Language Festival 
aqut a la universidad. 



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PHI BETA LAMBDA 




Names: Settled: John Flippin, Mary Ruth Hemming*. Cathy Slate. Standing: John Wood, Gave Brew&tcr, Judy Spears, Shaunda 
Taylor. Dean Culler. Laurie Walls, Kathy Sparks, Chad Coins. Sherman Layell. 



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Purpose: 

The purpose of Phi Beta Lambda is to educate students in the expectations of the business world. This 

is accomplished through leadership conferences, which arc sponsored by National Phi Beta Lambda. 



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WHO'S WHO 



These students were selected from nominations of faculty, staff, and 
counselors on the basis of academic and extracurricular activities, citi- 
zenship, and potential for future achievement. 




Mr, Morris Nelson A tired 

Ms. Churlecn Marie Bullin 
Ms. Allison Kimberly Chappcll 
Mi. Freddie Ann Chi lion 
Mr. Ron Wayne CtminerO 
Mr. Kenneth R, Combs 
Mr. Michael Dean Culler 
Ms, Rebecca Ann Darnell 
Mrs- Glenda Jane Edwards 
Ms. Lisa Darlcne Edwards 



Ms. Cynthia Lou Fowler 
Ms. Mary Gwendolyn Gentry 
Mr. Brian Douglas Gilliam 
Ms, Sharon Lynn Gray 
Mr. Bobby Travis Hall 
Mr. Runny Wayne Harrison 
Ms. Charlcne P. Johnson 
Ms. Dawn Melissa Johnson 
Ms. Melanic Shawn Lynch 
Ms, Sarah Elizabeth Midkiff 



Mr. Joseph W»hcr Mills 
Mrs. Beverly Ruth Philpol 
Mr. Anthony Keith Price 
Ms. Carole Annette Rigncy 
Ms. Angela Olivia Scott 
Ms. Sonia Dare Sexton 
Ms, Cathy Lynn Slate 
Ms. Tcrrca Ann Sloop 
Ms. Lcc Ann Smilh 
Ms. Ma sic Cynthia Southern 



Mr. Thomas Gray Southern 
Ms. Sony a Lynn Terrell 
Ms. Sheila Ann Thompson 
Ms. Carolyn Dcnise Tilley 
Ms. Lirtnie Dcnise Tilley 
Ms. Ruth Ann W hi laker 
Mr, David Frank Whiting 
Ms. Deborah Lynn Wood 
Ms. Vicky Lynn Wooldrcdgc 
Ms. Anita Jo Yat« 



COLLEGE CHORUS 



The SCC Chorus follows ihc community college ideal of active community involve- 
ment for anyone and everyone interested in participating. People of all ages and all 
walks of life come together for the common goal of creating beautiful music. Not 
only is it a learning experience, but rehearsals for various performances at area 
churches and civic clubs make it a most enjoyable experience also. 




DAY CHORUS: First row: Joy Martin, Terri Davis, Belty Campoti, Cheryl Brintlfr- Martin. Anita Yates. 
Laurie Waus. Kim Vaughn. Kim Forrest. Second row: Benny Younger. Tim Cook. Brandon Oliver. Greg York. 
Stan Widener, Tim Mason. 




NIGHT CHORUS: First row: Sheila Core. Karen Ritchie, Tanya Cook, Judy Joyce. Tina Werner. Angie Scoti. 
Tammy Shckon, Ivy I lead. C;irol Moore. Second row; Benny Younger, Andy W'cslmoreland, Bobby Barnes. Larry 
Gentry, Keni Outlaw. 



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Nam«: (Left to Rifcht): Donald Uu. Waller Roiertbeiry, Travis Williams, Tim Dowdl, Thomas Williams, Jason Hodges. Martha 
Robcrscm. and Sill McC.-ichrcn. 



The purpose of the Math Club is to gain a belter understanding of mathematics and 
lo acquaint other people with the necessity and benefits of studying mathematics. 



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WHO 

ARE THE 

STARS 

OF THE 

FUTURE? 



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Morris Allrcd 



Cathy Amburn 



Melissa Amos 



Elaine Anderson Donna Andrews 




Dennis Angel 



William Armstrong 



Asimo At bar 



Chris Atkins 



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Teresa Atkins 



Graham Atkinson 



Mike At wood 



Mark BadgctE 



Phil Badgcll 




Brian Bcamcr 



Charles Beck 



Vonda Beck 



Gina Bell 



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Charles Besorc 



Kent Beverly 



Cynthia Billings 



Mike Billings 



Sheila Billings 




Mike Bilhp* 



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Jcannctic Bishop Larry Bisognc Dana Boot he Debbie Botlomley 

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Hazel Bowman 



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Kay Bowman 



Mark Bowman 



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Faye Brewster 



Gaye Brewster Cheryl Brindlc-Marlin Ginger Brindle 



Richie Brincgar 







Theresa Browne 



Patricia Brooks 



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Carol Bryant 



Charles Bryant 



Danny Bryant 



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Freda Bryant 



Tina Bullington 



Charlccn Bullm 



Mike Bullins 



Cnglc Bunker 




Lcrcc Burchetlc 



Robbin. Burehctie Marilyn Burleson 



Tim Burgc 



Larry Burgess 




John CaiJ 



Johnny Callaway Rcihn Calloway 

MUfT 



Belly Campoli 



David Cannon 




Manlcy Carter 



Rhonda Carson Donnte Casswvens Jason Casstcvcns 



Brian Cave 



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Barbara Chandler 



Kim Chappcll Mike Choppcll 



Gcrri Childress 



Robert Childress 








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Ron Cimincro 



Chris Clark 




Kim Clifton 



Lauri Cloukcy 



Tammy Cock*rham 



Sharon Coc 



Christine Collins 




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Debbie Collins William S. Coltins Lirvda J. Combs Kcitfi Comer 



Betsy Cook 




Paula Cooke 



Ricky Corder 



Dawn Cox 



Harold Cox 



Todd Cox 



David H. C raver 



Judy Creasy 



John Creed 



Amy Crilz 





Janice Gratis 



Mel i rid a Cruise 



Glen CruKhlcy 



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Dean Cutler Ken Dalton 




Rebecca Darnell Johnnie Davidson 



Greg Davis 



Kadrcn Davis 



Karen Davis 




Susan Davis 



Tern Davis 



Leslie Lynn Dcane Claudia Dcaion 



Roger Dckrukcr 




Lisa Denny 



Lisa Do Win 



Joel Dmksn:-, 



Ml 

Lisa Dolly high Ron Dollyhitc 



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Randall Durham 



Danny Durham 



Angic Easter 



Tumi Easiridgc 



Ricky Eaton 




Hope Edwards 



Issam El-Hashcm 



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Sharon Essick 



Troy Epperson 



Claudia Evans 










Jean a EvercUe 



Vicky Farmer 



Greg Felts 



Raymond Ferguson 




Wydcll Fleming 



Charles Fletcher 



John Ftippcn 



Karen Floyd 



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Kim Forrcsi 



Charles Fori 



Cindy Fowfcr 



Matt Fowler 



Mi,, fooler 




Mike Francis 



Paul Freer 



Jane Fulk 



Marlcnc Fulk 



Miizi Fulk 




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Larry Gentry 



Mike George 



Jonathan Gibbons 



Brian Gilliam 



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Chad Gains 



Michelle Guiding 



Kcnl Gordon 



Dawn Gcwgh 



Todd Cough 




Chuck Grahum 



Roger Gravlcy 



Rente G ravittc 



Robcri Gravilte 



Van Gravittc 




Etldtc Grimslcy 



Allen Groce 



Janet Groce 



Kcilh Groce 



Susan Groce 



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Donna Gunnel I 



Michael Hart 



Lisa Hall 



Beth Gusiafson 



Crystal Gwyn 



Wanda Gwyn 



Quiyllic Hairston. 




Mickey Harris 



Edic Hale 



Angie Hall 



Bobby Hall 




Randy Hall 



Susan Hall 



Ken Hamlin 






Gail HauMrr 



Leigh Ann Hayden 



Puisy Hamlin 




Kim Hayes 



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Myro Hayes 



Kim Hayncs 



Lynnc Hayncs 



Michelle Hayncs 



Susan Heath 




Mary Ruth (lemmings 



Ann Hcmric 



Lynn Hewitt 



Derrick Hiatl 



Eric Hialt 




Steven M Hicks 



Lori Higgins 



Joyce Hill 



Judy Hill 



Yolanda Hill 




Kim Hinton 



Clenda Hi n Ion 



Wade Hobson. Jr, 



Craig Hodges Jason Hodges; 




Belh Hollar 



Sharon Holy field 



Dwavne Hooker 



Jill Hooker 



Barry Hopper 




Dwain Hunt 



Samuel Hughes 



Tina Huffman 



Lisa Hudspeth 



Elizabeth Hudson 



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Kaihy Johnson 



Ricky Johnson 



Ricky Johnson 



Becky Jones 



David Jones 




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Donna Jones 



Shirley Jones 



S lor my Jones 



Susan Jones 



Tammy Jones 




Greg Journey 



Sammy Joyce 



Varna Joyce 



Donald Joyncr 



Kyle Kapps 



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Gloria Kciffcr 



Anna Key 



Sieve Key 



Suzi Kidd 



And\ Kiser 



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Charles King 




Mike King 



Spencer King 


Steve King 


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James Leila 



Tammy LclJ,i 



Amy Leonard 



Ann Leonard 



Monty Leonard 




Shclia Leonard 



Kelly Link 



Sandra Llewellyn 



April Long 



Debbie Long 



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Leah Long 



Tracy Long 



Cheryl Lowe 



Janci Lowe 



Ik. W^ 

Tammy Lowe 




Sonia Luffman 



Randy Luffman Mclanic Lynch 



Klce Lyles 



Sherry Lyles 




Robin Lynch William Mannring Dale Marion Danny Marion Dflfrell Marion 




Debbie Marshall Donna Marshall 



Donna Martin 



Gay Martin 



Jennifer Martin 



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Kdli Martin 



Lesa Martin 



Joy Marltn 



Sheri Martin 



Daria Mason 




Dcana Matthews 



Eddie Matthews 



Robin Matthews 



Su?,annc Mathis 



Mac McCachrcn 




Nancy McCann 



Pam MeCann 



Deborah McCormack Charki McCormkk Ruiscll MeCormick 




Susan McCormick Angel MeCrcary 



Tim McCultoh 



Jantc McCraw 



Kara Mc Devu t 




Lisa McLcllan 



Melody McMtlltan 



Brian Man [din 



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Ellen Merrill 



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Tim Merrill 



Mike Midkiff 



Sarah MidkilT 




Linda Miller 




Teresa Miller 



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Brvan Mills Jolenc Mitchell 



Angela Monday 



Kim Money 




Johnny Montgomery Sara Montgomery 



Kenny Mooney 



Sharon Moore 



Tonya Moore 





\tene Morgan Louise Morrison 




Tony Morrison 



Karen Moslcy 



Tom Moser 




Alan M ox ley 



Glcnda Murphy 



Brian Myers 



Elizabeth Nash 



Rence Newman 



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Sherry Newman 



Jeff Nichols 



Judy Nichols 



Maria Nichols 



Tony Nichols 





Viclci Nichols 



Glcnda Norman 



Janic Norman Lawrence Norman, Jr. Tonya Nowlin 




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Fa ye Nunn 



Richard O'Donncll 



Brandon Oliver 



Terry O'Neal 



BciJi Osbourne 




Don Osborne 



Doug Osborne 



Pam Osborne 



Shelby OTootc 



Audrey Owens 








Bradley Owens 



Jeff Owens 



Phillip Pack 



Dawn Padgelt 



Jimmy Pardtte 



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Christy Rcif 



Ocbra Reynold*. Roy Reicr 



Rosic Rccior 



Scou Reynold*. 



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Martha Rabcrson 



Jackie Robinson 



Anneiic Rogers 



Lisa Rogers 



Mitzi Rogers 




Robert Rogers 



Susan Rogers 



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Audrey Roscndahl 



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Dana Rosendahl Walter Rotcnbcrry 




Sawyers 



David Scald 



Merlin Scales 



A Hyson Schlagcl 



Maria Sehum.-in 



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Andy Scott 



Angle Scott 



StfK \i? 



Donna Scott 



Stanley Scott 



Robert Scchrist 




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Sue Simmons 



Teresa Simmons 



Aaron Simpson 



Karen Simpson 



Knthy Simpson 




J can nine Smith 



Jimmy Smith 



Keith Smilh 



Keith Smith 



Kerry Smith 




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Lisa Smith 



Sharon Smith 



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Rhonda Snow 



Cindy Southern 



Karen Spainhour 



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Thomas Spanglcr Bclynda Sparks 




Tony Sparks 



William Sparks 



Judy Spears 



Laura Speight 



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Karen Stanley 



McJinda Star 



Ricky Stevens 



Watson Sieve ns 



Donna Stokts 



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Tony Slollz 



St ike Stone 




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Ralph Stone 



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Cynthia Stroud 



Mary Lou Stroud 




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Randall Stroupc 



Kay Sugg 



Mary Sutphin 



Mark Sutton 



William Swift 




Kerry Tally 



Mark Tarn 



Michelle Talc 



Van Talc 



Shawnda Taylor 




Shelly Taylor 



Virginia Taylor 



Sonya Terrell 



Helen Thomas 



Kim Thomas 




Lisa Thomas 



Freda Tickle 



Robert Tickle 



Carolyn Til Icy Dcbra Tillcy 



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Sheila Thompson 



Buddy Tompkins 



Sharlenc Toonc 



Tim Towe 



Eva Tucker 





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Jo Ann Tucker 



Larry Tucker 



Robin Tucll 



David Turmati 



Janice Turner 




Tim Tumey 



Luihcr II. Tyson, Jt. 



John Tysor 



Chris, Underwood 



Don Ult 




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Tony Vadcn 



James Vass 



Kim Vaughn 



Keith Vcnablc 



Carol Vernon 




Wanda Welch 



Tina Werner 



Andy Westmoreland 







Brian Whichcr Dale Whilaker 

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Rodney Whiukcf 



Tami Whitaker 



Jan While 



Ricky While 




Robin While 



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Robin While 



Sherry While 



Darlcnc Whitman 



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Barry Whittakcr 



Stalcy Widener 




Charlotte VVilhcm 



Tom WikoR 



Jeff Williams 



John Williams 



Kim Williams 




Lisa Williams 



Penny Williams 



Tommy Williams 



Truvis Williams 



Don na Wilmoth 




Keith Wilmoth 



Stan Wilson 



Scott Wincburgcr 



Debbie Wolfe 



Elizabeth Wolfe 










Debbie Wood 



Lou Jane Wood 



Lynn Wood 



Vance Wood 



Vieky Woodredge 



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Banner Youngblood 




'Who 3 re these guys?" 

Who kno^s? They jiw showed up here. They ,hink they're i^, Ch 3p d Hilf ," 



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Tami Whiiakcr 
finally found her 
knighl in shining 
armor! 



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Some students arc as lazy as dogs! 




'Who loves you, baby?' 



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Don'i you ever take my picture again? 



This is ihc average life of a book ai UNC-D stationary! 





Look in this Jerk! He jusi threw the Rook! 



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"Sounds great to mc. Ta- 
mara. When do I meet 

him? 4 * 




How many Polaeks does it take to play Rook? 










Isn't Andy Handsome? 



IT we can jusi unlock the of- 
fice door, finding the grade 
book would be easy. 



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Sometimes you've just 
gotta say, "What the , , , M 



And they said sex ends at sixty. 




'Qui i showing off. Chuck: she sees you," 




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Keith and his roommate work oul in the gym. 



"But. officer, 1 know ifs in here somewhere. 





Some people will decorate anything at Christmas. 



Hey guys, I threw my back out 
again! 



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The Study Club of SCC at its weekly meeting. 





Well how do YOU think we should 
get htm down? 




Dobson woman gives birth to ten volleyball champs! 



Nothing but pure muscle!" 



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THOUGH THE 

SEASONS 

CHANGE, 

THE STARS 

REMAIN 
THE SAME 




ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Swansan Richards 
Prcsidcnl 




Claude Ayers 
Dean of Continuing Education 



John Collins 
Dean of Career Education 



Clyde Johnson 
Dean of Administrative Services 




James Reeves 
Dean of Student Services 



Carlylc Shepherd 
Dean or College Parallel 



Carles Surratt 
Dean of Evening Program 



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COUNSELORS 



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John Bramc 



Sue Jams 




Sherry Madison 



Michael Mcl-lonc 



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FACULTY AND STAFF 




Becky Aldfidgc 
English 



Louise Anderson 
Visiting A nisi 



Dwighi Atkins 
Math/Physics 






Jean Alkins 
Business 



Max Blackburn 
ABE Coordinator 



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Shcrri Black mors 

Business 





Charles Botes 
Horticulture 



John Bramc 
Special Studies 



Debbie Branch 
Business 



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Frances Bryant 
Nursing 



Marguerite Burcham 
Nursing 



Diana Calaway 
English 





Tmnara Carter 
Biology 



Warren Chilton 
Math 



Max Church 
Electricity 




Michael Cook 

Business 



Sheila Core 
Reference Librarian 



Beverly Essick 
Nursing 



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James Fink 
Sociology / Psychology 



Sharon Cites 
Spanish/ French 



Robert Granger 
Voca i ional-Tcch nica I 




Paula Gupion 
Main 



Hilda Hall 
Business 



Danny Hayncs 
M.n-hinLst 




Bob Hcmmings 
Correctional Division 



J.T. Hcnson 
Criminal Justice 



William Hicks 
Correctional Division 



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Roy High 



Leliy Hinshaw 
Physical Education 



Paul (linshaw 
Physical Education 





Conrad M oleum b 
Social Sciences 



Thu Titian Hollar 
Reading /English 



James Huiehcns 
1 1 isiory / Economics 




Minnie Hytcr 
English 



George Jones 
Correctional Division 



Sharon IC.ill.aiii 
Nursing 



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Sherman La yell 
Business 



Carole Lipkin 

Math/Physics 






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Joe Mayc 
Psychology 



William MeCachrcn 
Math 





Charles Madison 
Correctional Division 



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Guy McCann 
Math 





Michael McHonc 
Counselor 



Jim Midktff 

Correctional Division 



Wayne Motsingcr 

Counselor 



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Kent Outlaw 

Religion 



Joe Recce 
Math/Phyiics 



Judy Riggs 
Learning Lab Coordinator 



William Sanders 
History/ Ah History 





William Reynolds 
Correctional Division 




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Robert Schu maker 
Drafting 




Norwood Setby 
English 



Steven Shcpard 
Machinist 



Margaret Shepherd 
English 



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Frank Simmons 
Const ruction 



G oldie Sparger 

Business 



Paula Stanley 
Psychology 




Charles Strickland 
Math/Computer Science 



William Stroupc 
Biology 



Roy Thomas 
Welding 





Gary Tilley 
Business 



Guy Tolbert 
Electronics 



John VanHorn 
English 



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Jerry Weaver 

Director—Learning Rcvsourccs 



Edwin Wiles 
Biology/ Chemistry 



John Wood 
Business. 




Kaihy Woodruff 

Nursing 



Vieki York 
Business 



TECHNICAL ASSISTANTS 



Benny Younger 

Music/ Drama 




Shirley Edmonds 



Carolyn Sawyers 



Betty Taylor 



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SECRETARIAL STAFF 



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Scaled: Lynn Hewitt. Shirley Ingram, Becky Money. Carol Leonard. Standing: Sherry 
Lowe. Judy Recce* Eileen Ktdd, Jean Budget t. Susan Anderson. Vonda Comer. 






Betty Newman 




Anita Bullin 



Belly Hemming* 



Elizabeth Voss 




BOOKSTORE 




P;u Pauley, Thomas Watts, Crystal Niston 



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VISITING ARTIST 




Louise Anderson 




Louise Anderson, ihc visiting arlist al SCO is best 
known for her storytelling with emphasis on African 
and Afro-American folk stories. She also knows 
about the history and preparation of ethnic foods 
and drinks, especially Southern and African dishes. 
Her thirty years 1 culinary experience helped Iter 
leach food services courses at Coastal Community 
College, an experience which has proven invaluable 
in her study of folklore. She is the author of many 
books of children's stories and is now currently in- 
volved in making a motion picture. 



LEARNING RESOURCES CENTER 




(Left to Right): Pauline Each, Jerry Weaver, Doris Pratt. Andy Webb, and Sbcilu Core. 



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CAFETERIA STAFF 




{seated lefl lo right): Belva Richardson. Judy Cook — Manager, Beilie Brunch, (standing): Belly Jo Burton, Bculah 
Marion, Pat Branch, Yvonne Hodges, Magarct Hardy 



MAINTENANCE 
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(Left to Right): Roger Snow, Claude Marion. Mike Joyce. Warren Mitchell, and Paul 
Pilgrim. 



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Graham Lawrence 
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 



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These are the days to which our dreams belong, 
When flesh and spirit sing a duet song, 
When reach is infinite and grasp is strong — 
These are the days to which our dreams belong. 

And these are the nights to which our joy is born, 
When twilight is as confident as morn, 
When reason tunes, but heart must blow, the horn 
Into the nights to which our dreams are born. 

The years may come when all the stars go out, 
When flesh and spirit, heart and reason doubt, 
Then through these pages we must browse about. 
And see the faces we have been without. 

Then memory shall camouflage the scars — 
Believing is the genesis of stars. 

Warren Chilton 



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